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Let’s respond and analyze the recent article which is broadcasting the latest squeaky-clean claims of Goldie Hawn. View the full article on the webpage of the MSM fake news https://uk.movies.yahoo.com/goldie-hawn-says-her-horrible-123546301.html
The actress attributes sexual misconduct to illness and narcissism.
Goldie Hawn has said she will “top all of them” with her experiences of sexual harassment.
The actress, 72, said she had some “horrible experiences” when she was a young dancer.
Asked whether the sexual harassment scandal in the entertainment industry should be addressed by people taking personal responsibility or regulation, she told CNBC: “I don’t think you can regulate that kind of human behaviour.”
She added: “You will be able to bring awareness to it. People will be able to make choices behind it. I think that there’s addiction.
“You’re dealing with sexual addiction. You’re dealing with narcissism. Narcissism is an illness.”
Discussing if sexual harassment is worse in the industry than it has been in the past, she said: “Sexual harassment, unfortunately it’s been there forever.
“I had some horrible experiences as a young dancer in New York City. I mean I’ll top all of them.
“I had a very strong mom, a very strong dad and I had a lot of resilience and I really knew who I was.
“And you know the answer was always ‘No, I’ll never get a job like that’.
“A lot of girls don’t. A lot of girls don’t know what to do.”
She added: “It’s pretty bad. I don’t know what this entitlement is (that) I think we’re seeing. Actually a lot of illness connected to it now.
“So this is partially an illness, not just a proclivity or just a feeling of need to do this.
“I think it has to do with narcissism, an ability to think that they’re invincible and they pretty much can do whatever they want to do.”
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Jessica Chastain (born March 24, 1977) is an American actress and film producer. She is known for her portrayals of strong-willed women in films with a feminist theme.
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Jessica Chastain took to Twitter in the wake of Uma Thurman’s ‘New York Times’ article to call Quentin Tarantino out for how he portrays women.
Jessica Chastain‘s star truly began to rise with the release of ‘Tree of Life’ and ‘The Help,’ both of which put her on the Hollywood map in 2011. Learn more at …
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SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – In San Jose protesters disrupted the mayor’s State of the City Address, chanting, “Say it loud, say it clear, Google is not welcome here.”
It’s a tactic not seen very often.
They were fired up and the protests were loud and disruptive by design.
“Not our mayor!” they yelled.
“People are fearing that they won’t be able to live in San Jose,” said Serve the People San Jose member Liz Gonzalez.
It’s a grassroots group opposed to Google’s plans to build a mega-campus in downtown.
“We have to be in their face because we’re fighting to stay in the city that we grew up with that we love where our family and friends are,” she says.
The group interrupted Mayor Sam Liccardo’s address four times…
“Serve the people!” they yelled.
“I just don’t think shouting at each other is the right way to have a dialogue,” says City Councilwoman Deb Davis.
Councilwoman Davis worries their message about the woeful lack of affordable housing will be overshadowed by their in-your-face methods.
“We have a public process set up. It will be public,” she says. “There will be plenty of time for everyone’s voices to be heard.”
“San Jose has suffered from the worst jobs to housing imbalance of any major city.”
Mayor Liccardo says the city’s housing crisis pre-dates Google. He’s unveiled an ambitious plan to build 25,000 new homes, 10,000 of them affordable, in the next five years. He believes the public needs to temper its expectations of the tech giant.
Affordable Housing Network President Sandy Perry disagrees.
“Google is not responsible for San Jose’s problems? That’s ridiculous,” she says. “They’re a part of this community. They have to be responsible for the social problems in this community.”
“From my conversations with Google executives, they want to be a part of our community,” says Davis.
But in this community there is a growing and increasingly vocal opposition to their presence.
Meanwhile, the Google campus is about a decade away from breaking ground. The city recently set a sale price for several city-owned properties for $67 million.
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Ahgamen Keyboa reports:
Hurricane Irma now confirmed a looming threat! Weather prediction is a realm of uncertainty, so as we finish up Labor Day recreation and get ready for school, we may be wondering if Hurricane Harvey was enough. Apparently not, in the current upturn of tropical cyclone activity, this busy year. After more than a decade of relative silence, we are waking up to Mother Nature’s wrathful side.
We’ve enjoyed a calm for a long time, other than a few catastrophic hits, notably Hurricane Sandy in late October 2012. Many in the Northeast will remember it vividly. In the aftermath, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued its assessment report, stating that, “Sandy was a complex storm, resulting in 72 direct deaths across eight states and at least 75 indirect deaths, damages in excess of $50 billion, storm surge in excess of eight feet and up to three feet of snow in some places. At close to 1,000 miles in diameter, it was among the largest storms ever to strike the United States. The storm caused impacts in 24 states”.
Recently, we have watched in horror at the destructive power of Hurricane Harvey. We have seen the graphic images and imagine what it’s like to lose everything as the victims did. “This will be a devastating disaster, probably the worst disaster the state’s seen,” William “Brock” Long, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, told The Washington Post on Sunday. “The recovery to this event is going to last many years to be able to help Texas and the people impacted by this event achieve a new normal.”
Last week, it was the Gulf Coast, primarlily in Texas and Louisiana, feeling the vengeance of a major storm landfall via Harvey. Next week, it may be the East Coast, from Florida northwards. If the storm continues to strengthen, it will also endanger the MidAtlantic and the NorthEast. This scenario is probable for the period of mid-September.
Florida governor Rick Scott is not taking any chances. He tweeted 2:57 PM – 4 Sep 2017, “I have declared a state of emergency for every FL county to help state, federal and local governments work together as we prepare for #Irma.”
I have declared a state of emergency for every FL county to help state, federal and local governments work together as we prepare for #Irma.
— Rick Scott (@FLGovScott) September 4, 2017
It is better to be safe than sorry, therefore the authorities in Florida are avoiding a panic. What about Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina? There is also a possible threat to Virgina and if the track would follow up the Chesapeake Bay, then the nation’s Capitol is in for disaster.
According to existing models of prediction, Hurricane Irma will continue to track on a westwards course. It gains strength over the warmer waters and does not have any detriment from wind shearing; it already has successfully passed by the ridging air systems of the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The scenario is that Irma will begin to turn northwards and may or may not skirt the coast.
If the Hurricane makes landfall early, it will be in Florida. It may cross the peninsula and jump into the Gulf coast. It may or may not gain strength again.
If it does not plow into land, it could hug the coast, at which point it retains its strength, saving it for the Carolinas or more northerly regions.
Let’s talk about the scenario of Washington, D.C. taking a direct hit. It will be the opposite of the political slogan, “Drain the swamp”; we are talking about flooding the swamp. Low-lying areas of D.C. would be inundated. The Potomac river system would be flooded. The Federal government would be shut down and all agencies would be evacuated. Washington would appear as Houston does today.
Hurricane watch warnings have now been issued for islands in the Carribean, from Puerto Rico, Hispaniola,Cuba, the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos, Leeward Islands, and to the U.S. and British Virgin Islands. Many who have made late summer plans to vacation in paradise are now having to change their itinerary, if they are wise. Nobody wants to be stuck out on an island during one of these huge storms, if they don’t have to be.
As we approach the weekend of September 8, we are going to find out what happens in the islands off the coast of the U.S.A. After that, in the week of Sept.11-15, the East Coast may or may not have to deal with a major hurricane landfall.
Calculations of the disaster in Houston due to Hurricane Harvey are overwhelming. Something to the tune of $160 billion, reported by the N.Y. Daily News, making it the “costliest natural disaster in U.S. history”. This estimated financial amount is nothing compared to the incalculable human loss of life, along with the emotional suffering. For those of us not in the Gulf region of Texas, or not having been through major catastrophes, we try to imagine what it must be like to endure this and to try to recover from such an experience.
To put it into perspective, with a window into the reality, one example of so many is the story of Aric Harding, who has been resident there with his family. He posted a video (on his Instagram account), which went viral due to the way it touches a nerve in viewers. The video depicts Mr. Harding softly playing his Yamaha piano, while halfway submerged in the floodwaters that have swelled into his home. He had managed to return to the house in order to retrieve some favorite stuffed animals for his children. It’s a wonder that the piano could still play – very surreal! Along with this potent and touching imagery, he lamented “I think it’s finally sinking in a little. What we used to have going as a city is gone. I really think God is going to do something new here”.
Vanessa Carlton had been promoting relief activities for the flood-ravaged region when she came across the Harding video (apparently through a cnn report). Obviously, moved by the eerie scene, as a piano player herself, she took to her twitter and facebook. She shared, “we need to get him a piano”. The Telegraph wrote up a brief article today that “Vanessa Carlton offers to buy new piano for Houston flood family”.
In case you didn’t know, Vanessa Carlton is in a current music tour opening for Stevie Nicks. Carlton’s most recent album release is Liberman. You may remember her going all the way back to her debut album in 2002, Be Not Nobody. The Billboard topping hit from that debut was “A Thousand Miles”.
Is it any surprise that people are reaching out to help those who are suffering? I think that this story symbolizes that human connection. Whatever it is that makes you relate to it, you can do something compassionate. I think that’s what inspired Vanessa Carlton to get involved. She was moved to emotional empathy by seeing the horrific affects of the disaster, as we all should be, if we are feeling in our hearts. For her, especially in the case of the beloved piano and a fellow musician, she could totally relate.
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It’s called minds.com
Who knows where it will go? Up or down? To hypocrisy? We will be trying it out! If we have time. 🙂
But here is the recent video we are sharing. A dramatic news story. Probably a distraction from more important issues. So…. Do not be too distracted!